The city attracts many skiers who wish to take advantage of the proximity of the Sutton Mountains and their respective altitudes of 950, 850 and 750 meters, a large part of which is part of the Montagnes-Vertes nature reserve.
The region attracts not only skiing enthusiasts, but also all those who wish to experience outdoor activities in breathtaking landscapes. Hiking, mountain/gravel and road biking, kayaking, golf, picnics with alpacas, flying bikes thirty meters above the ground in a forest of hundred-year-old maples at the Diable Vert or a dip in the natural pools of the Marmite aux Sorcières in the Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton (PENS), there is no reason to be bored!
And if you’re not in the mood to work out and just want to relax, the vineyards of Domaine Bresee and Domaine du Ruisseau will allow you to do so perfectly surrounded by nature and with your eyes plunged into the glass!
In short, Sutton and Abercorn are locations where you can experience all the joys of the Quebec ecosystem without being far from civilization!